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for continuing coverage of vote 2012.i'm megan gilliland, fox44 morning nees. 3that brings us to ouu questton race... do you think we'll have a clear winner tonight? we'll take youu calls in our 7 o'clook hour. you can also go to uu wwat you thinn... sound off throuuh facebook or send us a tweet.. at foxbaltimmrr. maryland voters are deciding several controversial ballot &pissues, including same sexx marriage. and those questions are expected to polls. joel d. smith is lls. live at a polling locctioo in cockeysville now, with mooe on look at question 6. 3 3 uys more than 430 thousand voteessare excused todayy because they already voted! early voting was a big success in maryland this ttme... withh &palomst twice as many ppople choosing to cast their ballots phat way than in 2210. still, rrgistered voters are expected to come out today.... and as &psigns... the uestions on the why. question 6 is a historic peferrendum item in marylandd never have voters in any legalize...same sex marriage. that's why suuporters...inclu dinn governor o'malley were seen makinggso
of them just came out last night and nee're interesting. this is in des moines, iowa. you have the president with a five-point advantage there and nbc news "wall street journal" maris poll had results that were similar. romney started his day in iowa, the president will end his day tomorrow in iowa. take a look at this from wmur, this is once again, dead even in new hampshire. the president started in new hampshire today, mitt romney is going to end his campaign in new hampshire. >> and paul ryan is leeding in minnesota, why? >> paul ryan in minnesota today and i covered him in pennsylvania yesterday, when he had a rally there, minnesota and pennsylvania who were thought to be safe obama. but they're tightening up. the romney campaign thinks maybe they can expand the map. you've got paul ryan going to pennsylvania. we'll find out on tuesday which side of right. >> all right, paul steinhauser. thank you for being her. >>> the victims of hurricane sandy, you can bet that the election is not top in their minds. but there are plenty of determined voters. national correspondent susa
say that? >> he couldn't connect with voters. i voted for mitt rom nee. i think a lot of women are also generally on welfare programs as well and president obama has had this huge a lot of welfare spending and it's a lot of -- hard to get off the candy. it's obama giving you candy you don't want to vote for the person is not. >> i'm i think don't it's fair to say single women are mostly on welfare but they overwhelmingly voted for ob yaum yachl i'm not sure why they did. is there a war on women? do you buy that war on women thing? >> i don't like that phrase war on women. it implies women are victim buzz that is an overly sim pliftic analysis of why obama got the women to vote. >> bill: give me reason they did. go. >> because obama supports issues that matter to single women. period. he cares about issue that's matter to single women. womens health care, equal pay. >> when you say president obama cares about abortion what does that mean? what does he care about? >> supports not putting restrictions on a woman's right to choose. >> so, he supports in your mind, you're a single w
. we could bbt more serious. i remain confident because the stakes are so high because $nees phone deadlines. i think what we need to depo is let's go for the big deal the first time in a long time our country in in the right fiscal way. the only way to do that is for the it and they're going to have to do some tough things. and snale be in that photo. we just want to have theish shew. er want to satisfied our base and that's paralysis and that's not clearly what the american people need right now. they need do do that but at the end of the day they're going to get done. >> next question. right here. speak up, please. >> as the democratic daughter of two republicans, one of which got her bachelors and m.b.a. from the university of dway and very successful. how can he sell me on the republican physical policies that the republicans put forward in a way that i can see them as tangible and relateable to what i'm going to do as kind of which generation will accumulate this kind of deficit problem that you've smoking about our class. apreevement the question. how can you, mr. shlmit sel
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